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Looking at going with a CRM that is Windows-based, and the majority of our group use Macs. I was told that if we go with VMWare Fusion that it will run smoothly on our Macs. Can anyone speak to this? This particular CRM is hands-down the best solution for our needs, but I'd hate to jump into it if we're going to have issues running it. Thanks!
I'm looking for a lead management system, where I can input buyer leads for our agents. I'd like to be able to either assign them, or have them go on a "round-robin", and am looking for something that can track the progress of the leads. Most of the leads are coming from our website through Diverse Solutions, but a fair amount are also coming from Zillow & Trulia. Is anyone using DS AgentReach? Does anyone have any other ideas (besides Top Producer)? I'm currently using WiseAgent for our CRM/Transaction Management. Thanks!
Yep, we use Grasshopper. I'm just looking for a simple plug-and-play VOIP system for my home office. Something I can plug into the modem and run with it. Was looking at one at Cotsco today (can't remember the brand name), and thought it might be nice to have. Just wondering if there any good one's to check out.
I've read through the posts here, and all I can say is "Thank God that my competitors drink this kool-aid". I actually wish all of them would go to a Z/T/R conference and believe their BS. Nothing like seeing your competitors go broke spending their hard-earned money on a pipe-dream...
Hi guys, thanks for the comments on our SeattleHome.com site. We love RG for the lead conversion/CRM. You can basically make the front end look however you want. As for dropdowns, Tony is right that if you're focused on a core set of areas, you should just have links. Those of us casting a much wider net are forced to use dropdowns to encapsulate every possible neighborhood. We have a big team, so this strategy is not best for most agents.